As anyone who has ever suffered from dandruff will tell you, it can be a big problem that non-sufferers often donâ€™t really understand. And what is not understood by the majority is that whilst the condition is not necessarily dangerous in health terms, it is definitely harmful to the sufferer in many other ways.
Thus it is logical that most dandruff sufferers will do whatever they can to get rid of their problem, and in most cases, this is likely to mean turning to commercially produced anti-dandruff products to deal with the problem.
The good news is that there are plenty of such products on the market and many of them can be bought across the counter from a standard drug store or pharmacy. The bad news is that many of these commercially produced anti-dandruff solutions are chemically based, and as with all products that rely on chemicals for their positive effects, there are often potential negative side-effects to take into account before using them.
Hence it makes a great deal of sense to consider natural solutions if you suffer from dandruff, and fortunately, there are quite a number of natural answers to the dandruff question.
The primary purpose of this book is to examine many of these natural treatments or cures for dandruff. However, before doing so, we will first examine exactly what dandruff is, why people suffer from the problem and the solutions that most people use to deal with the problem.